Our Cache Was Moved in General geocaching topics Posted September 23, 2005 Yep, nobody has a right to move a cache or make it easier than when it was intially planted. Total disrespect is all this is. I know of certain people that have done this to some of mine and then it goes missing from others & they have to log DNF's because some fool moved it from its initial spot. Then I have another cacher tell me that my cache is still around, just that a certain team of people moved it to make it easier. I have a cache that seems to move quite a bit, every month since I set it out, I've had to go back and put it back in it's original spot (it has migrated as far as 15 feet from the place I put it originally) and it seems that the people who have moved it almost want it to be muggled (it is in a high muggle area). I guess they want it to be easier on the next cacher who comes along or for some reason they think they should put the cache where they think it should be and not where I placed it... sigh... yesterday where I put it back, I was with a friend who zeroed out the cords at the correct spot (he has a Magellen, I have a Garmin and we both got the same reading.... guess I'll have to do a monthly maintanace run just to make sure the cache is where its supposed to be. Some people solve this by attaching the cache container with strong fishing line to a tree trunk or stump, etc., in an environmentally friendly manner. The cache can then only "migrate" up to the length of the fishing line. Spiderline would work. Invisible to the naked eye, almost. And almost indestructible.